What are the signs and symptoms of parkinsons?

See below. Typically a resting unilateral tremor of hand and arm, expressionless face, stiffness and/or muscular rigidity, short unsteady steps with gait instabiilty, slowing of activities, trouble with drooling and swallowing, blepharospasm, constipation, a specific type of dementia; progressive deterioration which can be treated but not cured.

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What are the signs and symptoms for Parkinson's disease in children?

Parkinson's Disease. I do not believe there are any symptoms or signs that suggest a risk for parkinson's disease. I would be curious to know why you asked this question. But, i be in the future genetics will give us clues as to who is at risk by testing our genomes. Read more...
Not in kids. Parkinson's disease is a disease usually of the old though a few people develop it in middle age. Read more...

What are the early signs and symptoms of Parkinson's disease? Also behaviours?

Tremors. Parkinson's if most often a disease of mid- to late- life (ages 50 and up). But, as michael j. Fox shows, it can happen early to some people. Parkinson's disease usually manifests as a certain kind of tremor. The affected person's face can be less mobile or expressive, and, eventually, it becomes harder and harder to initiate movements, like standing up from a chair. Read more...